August 23, 2016
After selecting preset, making adjustments to blend mode or opacity deselects the preset
Brush Cursor not changed when using [ and ] keys to change brush size and hardness
Uninstaller did not remove the plugin file from 32bit PS or PSE
Mac version auto update incorrectly downloads Windows installer
Some symbols (#,%,^,*) saving in URI format in Save Process
Save As did not use input file name
Light Position changes did not update in preview
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July 1, 2016
First run takes much longer than successive runs
Warning dialogue inconsistencies
Undo/Redo issues regarding sliders and other minor actions
Option to enable/disable example image
Option to enable High Resolution processing (disabled by default). This is now required to enable the Show Painting Progress option.
Favoriting, then unfavoriting an effect, while logged into the Community no longer prevents an effect from being displayed again while logged in as that user.
Bug that prevented users from deleting effects downloaded from the Community, while logged in.
Bug that incorrectly shows that preset was successfully shared, when user cancels login to Community.
Download count now updates for each user that downloads an effect.
Missing/White Effects, no previews
Performance improvements when switching between Edit and Effects List
Added a "Low Resolution" processing mode
Impression 2 has new system requirements!
File Type Support:
JPEG - supported
PNG - supported
TIFF - supported
RAW (DNG, CR2, etc) - not supported*
*If you would like to edit your RAW files you will either need to use a host editor that can read them like Lightroom or Photoshop, or convert it to one of the formats listed above
Impression Now Includes Masking!
Spot, Color, Luminosity, and Brush Masks available
You no longer need a host editor like Photoshop to create masks on your images! Now, you can open Impression and begin creating your masterpiece right away, and mask areas of your image directly from the application. We provide you with four masking options: